Some highly anticipated series and movies will flood Netflix and Amazon Prime throughout March.
“Cruel Intentions,” starring Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair and its sequels will be available to stream on Netflix from March. The next episode of “The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale,” together with the episode of David Letterman’s “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman: Malala Yousafzai” will be available for streaming and so is Carey Mulligan-starring limited series Collateral.
Netflix is adding some feature films to spice it up. Martin Scorsese’s cult 1995 crime remake-drama, Casino which features all-time performances from Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone and Joe Pesci and the epic 2001 summer-camp comedy Wet Hot American Summer will hit the streaming platform. Also appearing on Netflix on the first of next month are Sam Mendes’ Oscar-nominated Revolutionary Road adaptation and Jason Reitman’s acclaimed 2009 romantic dramedy- Up in the Air, among others. Following these titles, later in March are several notable Netflix originals, including the French-Canadian zombie apocalypse drama Les Affamés, crime epic The Outsider starring Jared Leto, the streamer’s reboot of beloved family film Benji and acclaimed hip-hop biopic Roxanne Roxann are few to name. And for the comedy fans among you, there’s a huge special on the way next month: Ricky Gervais: Humanity, debuting on March 13. The U.K. comedy titan’s new stand-up special is his first in seven years, and it’s one you won’t want to missOn
Amazon Prime, subscribers can view the third season of original series “Sneaky Pete” and “The Blue Lagoon.” Movies like the Canadian drama/thriller 1984 based on the book by George Orwell, the family-comedy film- A feast at midnight, the cult French romantic-drama Amelie will be available for streaming from March. Along with them, hitting the platforms are films like Steve Martin and Michael Caine starrer slapstick-comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the James Bond movies such as Die Another Day, Goldeneye, License to Kill and The Living Daylights.